Whilst the majority of sports have finished for the term, there was still plenty to play for last Saturday. Our cricketers had one more day to fit in their full two day competition and were playing Trinity Grammar. There were some amazing individual and team performances all recognised in the Cricket report.

Waterpolo also had one more week of competition as it is a joint CAS and GPS competition so an extra week in Term 4 was required to fit in all games. Knox hosted Waverley and had another brilliant day. Our Firsts remain undefeated in the CAS competition and will have it “all to play for” in Term 1 for the CAS title. This would be a massive effort from where this sport has come from at Knox. It was not so long ago we were being beaten regularly by 10-15 goals. Full credit to Mr McNamara and his terrific team of coaches!

I then ventured up to The Great Hall to watch our Table Tennis boys wrap up their Term 4 sport with a fixture vs Trinity Grammar. Their skills were incredible and the level of camaraderie with their opponent and willingness to help each other was special to watch. The result did not matter to them whatsoever and a good lesson for us all. A focus on the results can sometimes distract us from all the good that sport can offer our students each weekend. I know our Table Tennis players now have a new group of friends that they enjoyed playing against last weekend.

Congratulations to 26 Knox students who qualified as Surf Lifesavers over the weekend. Following six weeks of training, the boys were put through their paces in an assessment covering CPR, defibrillation, first aid, radio communications, rescues, spinal carries and a swim test all run with the help of Whale Beach.



These students will go on to patrol Whale Beach over the upcoming summer and help keep our Beaches safe. Thanks and well done team.

Team of the Week
Our Surf Life Saving team who achieved their goal of qualifying as official Surf Life Savers. It cannot be underestimated the role they play for us through the Summer and keeping our Beaches Safe for all to enjoy.

Individual of the Week
Liam Ridley ( 10A Cricket ) – with his team at 7-50 chasing 301 for victory, Liam set about a rescue mission with and together with Alex Stuart (59), they denied Trinity victory. Liam showed great patience and grit to post his maiden century for Knox finishing the day on 101 not out.

This will be the final Sports Bulletin for 2017. Thank you all for your comments and feedback throughout the year. I hope it has been informative and a good insight into all that we can offer the boys here at Knox. I am extremely proud of the team here in the Sports and Aquatic Academy with all the we have achieved in 2017, and I am just as excited about what we will be offering our boys in 2018. There are a number of exciting announcements to be made in the early part of Term 1 from the KSAA.

A big thank you to all parents for the positive and caring support for the boys each Saturday (and the travel!). I know there are times when the boys are down, disappointed or upset over a decision or selection so it is a real help when the parents can help lift the spirits of all boys and remind them of all the good that sport offers.

Have a safe and merry Christmas!
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Knox Uniform Shop

Mrs Julie Blackburn, Knox Uniform Shop Manager

Honour Award and Colours submission
Below are the instructions for the process of having Honour Awards and Colours embroidered onto student blazers. Deadlines are critical and any received after 5pm on Friday 8 December will unfortunately not be accepted. Uniform Shop staff will be in the Lawson Centre from Thursday this week to sign off the awards with students. Boys are encouraged to approach staff if they have any questions.

Please note the Uniform Shop will close at 2.30pm after Presentation Day.

Honour Awards and Colours
For Term 4, the new Honour Awards are being presented for the first time to Years 7-9 along with Colour Awards to Year 10.

The awards entitle the student to have embroidery added to the pockets of the school blazer. This can only be organised through the Knox Uniform Shop. To facilitate this, please note the following:

1. The list of Honour Awards and Colours will be on display in the Lawson Centre (near the Squash Courts) from Monday 27 November. This is the responsibility of the student to find out if they have received an award. Academic Awards will be on display at the start of the last week of term.
2. A member of staff from the Uniform Shop will be in the Lawson Centre at recess and lunchtime from Thursday 30 November until Wednesday 6 December for students to confirm and sign off the awards presented.
3. A Blazer submission form must be completed and signed by the parent and handed in with the blazer after Presentation Day. Without the completed form, the embroidery will not be done. 

The Uniform Shop will be in the Lawson Centre to receive the blazers. Your son must put the submission form in the top pocket of the blazer and put on a hanger on the rail.

5. The last opportunity to hand in blazers is Friday 8 December from 9am until 5pm. Any blazers received after this time will not be accepted and the next opportunity to have them done will be end of Term 4, 2018. 
6. The embroidery will be done over the holidays and the blazers will be available for collection on Monday 29 January from the Uniform Shop. If they are ready earlier, a notification will be on the Skoolbag app.
7. All embroidery will be charged to the boy's school account unless otherwise stipulated on the submission form. It is not compulsory to have the embroidery done but it must be organised through the Uniform Shop and not through an independent embroiderers.
8. For further information regarding criteria for Awards & costs of embroidery, please refer to the full document on the Knox Portal.
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Aquatic Sports

Mr Nick Warby, Director of Aquatic Sports

Surf Life Saving
Over the weekend, 26 Knox Surf Lifesavers undertook the Surf Rescue Certificate and Bronze Medallion assessments at Whale Beach. The training conducted over the past six weeks put these boys in good stead for the assessment process with all students graduating as Surf Life Savers.

These boys undertook a five hour assessment at Whale Beach this morning that included resuscitation, first aid, secondary body checks, radio communications, signals, board & tube rescues, a run swim run, patient carries, spinal carries and a scenario.

Congratulations to Knox’s newest Surf Lifesavers who will go onto patrol Whale Beach over Summer and into Term 1. 
Year 8: 
Lachie Orth
Jonah Watkin
Harry Gosper
Zack Bannigan 
Oliver Gordon
Noah Smith 
Kane Edwards
Saxon Liddle
Nick Rogers
Bill Parker
Hamish Lapsley 
Finn Carolan 
Ed Press
Sam Bennett
Angus Humphrey
Ben Hiller
Ben Krelle

Year 9: 
Lachie Marlow
Jonah Nethercott
Will Gibson 
Harry Millard
Charlie Slack-Smith


Year 10: 
Mike Huang
Bohdi Phillips
Zach Sternberg
Braeden Campbell 

Good luck to Ben Rothery and Ethan Hansen who will undertake their Surf Lifesaving assessments this coming weekend at South Curl Curl Beach. 

Water Polo




1st Grade: Won 14-7
It was a return to form for 1st grade this week after two consecutive losses. Playing against CAS opposition, the team exploded into the first quarter converting 4 goals to 1. The lead was extended in the second period with 5 goals added to the tally to hold a 9-3 half time lead. Waverley’s Nikita Strabac struck back with 4 solo goals in the third term and the lead at 11-7 looked a little shaky. However 3 unanswered goals in the last period sealed a 7 goal win. Antonio Matruglio scored 4 valuable goals, Oscar Ley was on the spot with 3 goals, but top scorer today was Nic Trobec with 5 goals. Congratulations to Alec Heintze on his successful first grade debut.

2nd Grade: Won 12-3
A slow start did not stop 2nd grade from converting a 3-1 half time lead to a 12-3 demolition of Waverley today. Despite our top competition goal scorer not playing today, seven different players scored goals, showing the depth of talent in this team. Harrison Sturrock stepped up his attack and scored 4.

3rd Grade: Bye

16A’s: Won 8-3
It was a convincing win for the 16A’s today with a solid effort from all players. Dylan Cooke returned from illness to score 2 but goalkeeper - come field player Pat Hogan, topped the scoring with 3 goals.

16B Won 6-3
James Wu led the scoring with 3 goals and was assisted by Alvin Fu, Kevin Park and James Song with 1 each. This team is improving from week to week and it was a good win in a tight game.

15A’s: Won 8-1
Another outstanding performance from the undefeated 15s considering they only had one reserve for the game. A commanding 7-1 lead at half time was enough to seal the win as the players tired considerably in the second half. Flynn Worner Jett Roben and Aiden O’Neil lead the attack. Harrison Miller had a quiet game but still managed 3 goals. Tom Wilson and Alex Benjes added some toughness to the defense.

14A’s: Lost 5-7
Illness and circumstance took its toll on the u14A team this week with only 8 players available, leaving the team with only 1 reserve.  The game was close until the final quarter when several mistakes and some inconsistent ref calls favoured Waverley. They scored a 4 goals to 1 in the last quarter to win the game 7-5. 

14B’s: Lost 4-9.
The 14B’s effort earned them with the title of the best water polo team of the weekend despite being beaten.  Playing the game with only 6 players, the boys battled hard but found themselves trailing 0-5 at half time. All boys responded to the challenge in the second half where the scores were 4-4, which demonstrates what can be done when ball security and game awareness improves and when ‘full press’ defending is implemented effectively. It was a great effort from all with  Sam Choi proving to be impressive in both attack and defence.
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Cricket

Mr Julien Manuel, Director of Cricket, Baseball and Tee-Ball

Last weekend saw our 2-Day Cricket teams take on traditional rivals Trinity in the final round of CAS before the Summer break. The Knox Trinity fixture has become one of the highlights of the CAS competition as both scores enjoy playing a brand of tough and uncompromising cricket. As expected this round of fixtures did not fail to disappoint with every Knox team playing a positive style of cricket which pushed their opponents in every facet of the game.

1st XI:
Knox travelled to Summer Hill on the back of an excellent team performance versus St Aloysius in the previous round. Knox won the toss and took advantage of excellent batting conditions to post a very competitive score of 9 declared for 258. Jayllen Naganayagam continued his excellent form with the bat blasting a quick fire 81 at better than a run a ball and he was well supported by Max Glover who posted his fourth half century this season scoring 74 before being dismissed. James Caprarelli also deserves special mention for his fighting innings which helped Knox post a very competitive total. 
 
In reply, Trinity showed why they have remained undefeated over the first 5 rounds of the competition. Despite some good bowling from our boys, Trinity chased this score before declaring at 7-413 on a very good batting wicket which was evident by the fact that neither side was able to bowl each other out. Trinity's hopes of achieving an outright victory over the Black n’ Blue were thwarted by a great opening stand between Nick Astridge and Pat Coburn who batted through until play was called off late on day two.  It’s not often that you see over 700 runs scored in less than 2 full days of cricket and I would like to recognise the efforts of our bowlers, led by Nic Gallu and James Caprarelli in tough conditions. 
 
The other two day fixtures were tough games as expected and there were some outstanding performances recorded by our boys including:
 
Ed Toole: 2nd XI – 8/58 and 41 not out
Will Shortis: 9A – 7 /15
Liam Ridley: 10A – 101 not out 
Alex Stuart 10A  - 59

As we break for the summer holidays, we would like to wish all boys success as they continue to play their club cricket and we look forward to following your results and success over the coming weeks.

Individual of the Week
Liam Ridley – with his team at 7-50 chasing 301 for victory, Liam set about a rescue mission with and together with Alex Stuart (59), they denied Trinity victory. Liam showed great patience and grit to post his maiden century for Knox finishing the day on 101 not out. 
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Outdoor Sports

Mr Kieran Donohue, Director of Outdoor Sports

KnoxFit Games Day
The first “KnoxFit Games” was an epic success with athletes travelling to Mona Vale for KnoxFit’s first off-site “ThrowDown.”

Students in mixed year group teams of three battled it out in three workouts:

- Workout 1 - 75 Calorie Row, 75 Calorie Air Bike
- Workout 2- 1200m Run with shared weight vest
- Workout 3- 100 Burpees, 100 Box Jump Overs, 10m Overhead Walking Lunge

A huge congratulations to all those that participated and pushed their bodies to new limits.

Shout out this week goes to teams “The Boyz”, “The Invisibles” & “More Muscle Than Mr. Cav” for taking out the weekend.

Bigger and better KnoxFit Throwdowns to come, with sights set on going head to head with other schools come Term 1 2018!

Harriet Roberts, Head Coach of KnoxFit

Mountain Biking
Knox Invitational - Terry Hills BMX Track 
This weekend, it was Knox’s turn to host the weekly mountain biking competition and the venue was Terrey Hills BMX track. The track encompassed a variety of terrain utilising the BMX track, the small road circuit and the horse riding tracks and obstacles.
 
Once again, the Juniors remained dominant taking the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th places. Strong riding from Will McDonagh and Travis Cox in Year 7 meant we had the majority of our riders in the top 20. 
 
In the Intermediate Division, two Year 10 riders from Riverview took 1st and 2nd, but they were closely followed by five  Knox riders - Charlie Sargent, Lachie Sky and Luke Derry (Year 10) and Alex Richter and Jack Vizard (Year 9) 
 
The Senior boys spent most of the morning on the PA system Interviewing riders and providing commentary on the races. However they had a tough challenge in their race, with two Barker riders coming in 1st  and 2nd, with a strong ride from Vice-captain, Ollie Heys (Year 12), putting him in 3rd position, closely followed by Captain Gil Garrett in 4th.
 
The inaugural school BMX challenge was held on the BMX track, with two riders from each year group, sprinting over the jumps and rollers to claim victory. Well done to Jordan Fowler (Year 8), Alex Richter (Year 9) and Chris Palser (Year 12) who each won their respective races. 

Riverview Invitational
On Saturday 11 November, it was Riverview’s turn to host the mountain bike competition. The Riverview course tested all riders fitness levels, with long straights of thick grass making building up speed very difficult.
 
Minor changes to the course from previous years, including a small section of single track, helped keep racing interesting and technical.
 
Strong performances in the junior race meant Knox secured all positions in the Top 5, plus a number of other riders in the top 20. Oliver Glastonbury (Year 7) did well to come 4th overall against older counterparts in Year 8. 
 
The senior and intermediate riders were combined into one four-lap race. With over 120 riders, the first lap was a rush to get in front in order to hold a position without getting caught up in the single-track section. 
 
Matt Dinham (Year 12) did well to hold the lead for the entire race. The small Year 10 group of Lachie Sky, Luke Derry and Joseph Shaw also did well to position themselves in the front group of riders.
 
The relay race at the end provided a good opportunity for riders in all year groups to ride and race together in different teams. The team now shifts focus to training in preparation for our home ground race next Saturday at Terry Hills BMX track.
 
Cam Smee, Head Coach of Mountain Biking

Track & Field
Treloar Shield #5
On Saturday, the Knox Track and Field team continued its season with another exciting round of the Treloar Shield at Olympic Park Homebush. 

Although we had a smaller team competing, there were still some sensational results throughout the events. 

Sam Reeves (Year 8) had a brave front running effort in the 800m run to earn him a personal best time of 2:09.37. 

In the field, Lachlan Antoinette (Year 12) threw a solid 30.53m with the 2kg Discus. 

On the track in the 100m sprints, the Knox sprinters continued to impress with Aidan Lau (12.76s), Lachlan Antoinette (12.92), Tom Plasto (14.45s), Lewis Clabburn (11.09 - PB), Michael Dibiase (12.93s - PB).

In the other sprint events, the Knox athletes continued to run well, including:
200m sprints
Jasper Spiller - 23.57s
Lewis Clabburn - 22.56s
Tom Plasto - 29.61s
Michael Dibiase - 27.85s

In a busy day, Tom Plasto also ran the 800m event in 2:37

A special mention is due to Michael Dibiase for his dramatic improvement in the sprint events in the last month. 

Well done to all who competed!

Nick Bromley, Head Coach of Track & Field

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Squash

Mr Ben Higgins, Director of Racquet Sports, Mr Eric van Arkkels, Head Coach and Ms Annie Gleason, 1st and 2nd Squash Coach

Knox 1st 3-0 K3 A Soonius dominated with good length controlling the "T", Adam focused on forehand and cross court drives to go on and win 3-0, F Hellen-Ford set the tempo early controlling the "T" Finn played some clinical drops and drives to win 3-0, R Deshpande played to his strengths varying his plays Rishi focused on his back of court drives with good length to win 3-1.

J Price found his opponent challenging but credit to James he never gave up just going down 0-3, L Marinaki also found his opponent challenging, Luke tried to get into the match unfortunately going down 0-3, P Koch went behind early 0-1 but to his credit Peter fought back to level at 1-1 with some well delivered cross court drives only to lose focus and go down 1-3.

K2 0-3 Briars1

K4 1-2 Willoughby1 K Ramcharan fought very hard against a very strong opponent, to his credit Kiano never gave up just going down 0-3, E Bakker started strong going up 2-0 playing good length
with some well delivered cross court and forehand drives , Eugene lost focus and quickly found himself level at 2-2 finally going down 2-3 , C Lee fought hard to win his first game 31/29 in a game full of never ending rallies with Chan attacking every ball to go on and win 3-1.

K5 3-0 Briars2

K6 1-2 Barker Red L Hincks found his opponent very challenging but credit to Lachy he never gave up chasing every ball just going down 0-3, F Prince fought hard in a match that had everything with long rallies Finn played good length varying his shots with some well delivered cross court drives to just go down 2-3 , L Page playing his second match of the morning , set the pace early playing good length varying his shots Lucas took control focusing on the back of court with some great forehand and back hand drives to win 3-1.

K7 3-0 K8 P Mehta fought hard focusing on length he chased every ball in a match of long rallies with Pranav finally winning 3-2, L Page set the tempo early attacking everything with some strong serves Lucas took control to win 3-0, V Zhong dominated early with good length Victor varied his shots with some well delivered boasts and drives to win 3-0. W Degotardi started slowly but quickly recovered to go up 2-1 playing to his strengths Will found the back of court with some strong forehand and cross court drives , unfortunately he lost focus to go down 2-3, H Charalambous started slowly to his credit Harry fought back just going down 16/18 chasing very ball only to finally go down 0-3 , J Merhi found his opponent challenging going down early he fought back to be 15/17 in the second varying his plays with some well delivered drives only to go down 0-3.

K9 3-0 Briars3 

K10 3-0 Barker5 E Albany played to his strengths with some clinical drives and drops Elliot took control to dominate and win 3-0, R Soutar started well playing good length varying his shots Ryan found his opponent frustrating but to his credit he stayed focused to win 3-2 in a hard fought five setter, T Murray dominated from the very first ball controlling the "T" Tyler played good length along with some well-placed front of court boats to win 3-0.

K11 2-1 K13 B Fraser set the tempo early working the court playing good length Brendan took control with some well delivered forehand and cross court drives to win 3-0, H Mendes started slowly going down 0-1 Harrison fought back to level with some good serves and drives only to lose focus and go down 1-3, C Beauchamp played to his strengths varying his plays with some well delivered drives and front of court boasts to win 3-0. W O'Sullivan fought hard narrowly going 12/15 in the first Will played good length but unfortunately lost his focus to go down 0-3, B Boyd played a very attacking match focusing on length Brad found the back of court with some well delivered forehand and cross court drives to win 3-1 in a very strong performance, M Davidson found his opponent challenging but credit to Matt he fought hard narrowly going down 0-3.

K12 1-2 Barker6 J Ngo played to his strengths varying his plays with some well delivered forehand and cross court drives Jackson took control to dominate and win 3-0, O Weeding fought hard playing good length varying his attack Oliver just went down 0-3 in a very close match, E Rogers played a very challenging opponent but to his credit Ethan never gave up going down 0-3.

K14 1-2 Barker8 

K15 2-1 Barker7 S Burhop tried hard to stay in his match but unfortunately lost focus to go down 0-3 , R Berlee played to his strengths with some well-placed serves and forehand drives Ryan went on to dominate and win 3-0 O Spiers also dominated with a strong attacking game Oscar focused on his forehand drives to win 3-0.

K16 2-1 Barker10

K17 1-2 Barker9 W Wu played the match of the season against a year11 student who was twice his height Will chased every ball never giving up he focused on his drives and front of court boasts to finally take the match 17/15 in the fifth game to win 3-2 , T Hey found his opponent challenging but to his credit Tim never gave up to go down 0-3 in a close match , M Illing-Kelly tried hard to stay in the match chasing every ball Max unfortunately went down 0-3.

K18 2-0 K19 I Lin set the tempo early playing good length Ian focused on his drives to win 3-0 , A Guo played a tough five setter that had some long rallies with Anlong focusing on the back of court with some well delivered drives and cross court shots to win 3-2, L Hogan worked hard to stay in the match varying his plays with some great drives Lachlan unfortunately went down 0-3, D Zhang played his best match of the Term to narrowly go down 2-3 credit to Daniel he chased every ball and fought hard playing good length to go down 12/15 in the last game.

K20 2-1 Barker 
 
Internal League was well attended with William Rutherford setting a Year7 record wining every match on the day. Well done. 
 
To all Knox Squash Players: well done and as always, all boys played with great sportsmanship.

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Table Tennis

Mr Ben Higgins, Director of Racquet Sports and Amy Chen, Head Table Tennis Coach

Saturday 25 November saw the last match for 2017 for Table Tennis against Trinity. The Knox boys continued to show their improvement and understanding of table tennis. The 1st and 2nd teams won 5-0. The 3rd team won 4-0, whilst the 4th team won 5-0. This was a great effort from the Knox boys who didn’t lose a single set against their opponents. Well done to the boys on showing great dedication and improvement in both training and matches. Also well done to our Head Table Tennis Coach for the great coaching and support for the Knox boys.

Tennis

Mr Ben Higgins, Director of Racquet Sports

The Knox Tennis boys took off to the Australian Schools National Team Challenge held at the prestigious Albury Lawn Tennis Club. On the Saturday 11th November the boys had a chance to practise on the natural grass which was a first time for some of our players. Knox team consisting of Pedro Papangelis (Year 10), Hugo La Hei (Year 11), Jason Xu (Year 10), Aston Bloom (Year 7), Harry Wagstaff (Year 10) and Shawn Zhang (Year 10). The boys were all getting to grips with changing their game styles to use the grass to their advantage. This was the first time for some of the boys playing on the natural grass courts.


The Sunday was the first day of the Schools Tennis Nationals. Knox took on Marryatville (SA) team and got off to an exciting start against a very strong team. Jason Xu playing at No.2 had a cracking match losing 4-6/4-6 with every rally played with such high intensity and standard. Unfortunately the South Australian teams were too strong for Knox on the day. Knox then re grouped to play Kelvin Grove (QLD) team. The boys were starting to understand the grass a little better. The team played some great tennis to win overall with a solid performance from Pedro Papangelis playing at No.1. Knox then finished off the day against local grass court specialists Albury School. The boys took it to the local school and won very well with some impressive tennis played by Aston Bloom who won his singles comfortably. Alongside Aston, Harry Wagstaff was playing his singles. He had a marathon match going into the super 3rd set tie break to eventually win 10-3 in a near flawless tie break.

Monday matches started nice an early after a long day of tennis on the Sunday. Knox took on McDonald College and found the team too tough after some great singles played by Pedro Papangelis against their no. 1 to lose 6-7/ 3-6. McDonald College won overall with a very strong team of scholarship players. Knox then played Maribyrnong College (VIC) who we have played before. Thy have won the competition or been runner up a few times. The boys came out firing with some close singles matches. It came down to the doubles where Knox got one of the matches but lost a close doubles match. Overall Knox lost 2-4 which was a valiant effort against a very strong sport scholarship school.

Tuesday saw Knox take on Westfields Sports High School to finish off their last group match. The boys had some tough battles on their hands with some great tennis played. Knox got the win on count back on number of sets won. It was a solid performance from the team to do so well.

This meant Knox were now playing off for 5th/6th position. Knox played Prince Alfred College (SA) who had some very strong players in their team and have been a strong team over the years. The boys lost 2-4 overall with a good singles match between Hugo La Hei and their No.3 player. The last match was against Applecross Sports High School. Knox were playing for 7th or 8th position. The boys were slow off the mark and the weeks’ worth of tennis was taking its toll. Knox finished 8th in Australia overall which was a great effort. 

Overall it was a successful week with a lot learned by the players and coaches. It brought the team together more with great support shown for one another. Knox also finished in 1st place for ‘Best Sportsmanship shown award. Unfortunately it came down to the referee’s final decision who chose Prince Alfred who also showed great sportsmanship and manners on and off the court. It was great to be recognised for sportsmanship. Well done to the Knox boys for a great Albury Schools Nationals Tournament.
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Sport Wet Weather Information

Wet Weather Information
Online: Download the 'Prep Skoolbag' or 'Senior School Skoolbag app' - search 'Knox Grammar' in the app store

Sport fixtures are advertised on the fixture schedule on the Knox Skoolbag apps.

These fixtures can change due to many factors and changes after 3pm on Fridays due to wet weather, cancellations or forfeits will be advertised on the relevant Prep or Senior School app.

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Boarder Travel to Sport

Any boarder who needs assistance with travel arrangements to each Saturdays sport should check with their coach to assist in arranging transport.
Where this has not been successful then students should check with their housemaster to assist with arrangements.
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Uniform

Any student attending any Knox sporting fixture and/or venue must be properly attired in either track suit or school uniform.

No Dogs Allowed Policy

To improve safety of the students and visitors to the school, we have a No Dogs Allowed policy. Dogs are prohibited, leashed or unleashed, on school grounds, unless they are assistance dogs, security patrol dogs or police dogs.
Dogs may not be brought onto any Knox Grammar School property, including the Prep and Senior School campuses and all playing fields, including Curagul and Gillespie Fields.

Signage has been installed and our Security Team has been asked to let parents and carers know that we are a dog-free school.   If you bring a dog onto school property, you may be approached by the School's Security Team and asked to leave.


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding on this safety initiative.
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Parking for Saturday sport at the Senior School

Due to construction of our exciting new Knox Performing Arts Centre/Junior Secondary Academy, we are no longer able to provide parking at Woodville Ave for families attending sports fixtures at the Senior School campus. Parking is available in the Borambil Street underground carpark for weekend sport. Where possible, we encourage boys and parents to use public transport for travel to and from the Senior School campus.